For years we've been reading some ridiculous gold predictions from experts. And when I say experts, I'm talking about the TOP banking analysts around the world.
“Gold is going to $6,000 in the next three years” “You can expect the gold price to go up 15,000% from here”
At that time gold was trading at $1,719, when these predictions were made. And guess what? Today gold is trading at ... ››› more
Trading contracts for difference (CFDs) can be a great way to make money no matter what the market is doing.
But to be a successful and profitable CFD trader requires discipline. You can't approach CFD trading as you would investing in shares. As CFDs are geared products, the risks are greater.
So what steps can you take to become a better CFD trader?
Read on to find out…
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“Timon, how did you calculate the 74.5% gain you made your Red Hot Storm Traders (RHT) on the 7th of April 2014 when the share only moved R2.28?”
This is a very popular question.
While my RHT members are making these ‘ridiculous' trading gains, most of them are still unsure where they come from.
And no, I'm not sucking these numbers out of my thumb!
So today, I'm going to show ... ››› more
“How does brokerage work with CFDs?”
Many traders get into CFDs (Contract for Difference) but they have no idea what brokerage they'll pay.
This is very dangerous because if you pay high brokerage costs, you could wipe out all of your gains.
Here's what you need to know to make sure your stock broker isn't screwing you with high brokerage costs.
Here are three steps to calculate y... ››› more
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